DR. HENRY: "We're starting to see an uptick," 102 new cases of COVID-19 in BC over past three days

The Government of British Columbia announced 102 new cases of COVID-19 over the past three days, for a total of 3,300 cases.

There are 253 active cases; 16 people are hospitalized, 4 of whom are in ICU. There have been no new deaths. 189 people have died in BC while 2,858 people have recovered.

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By region Vancouver Coastal Health = 1042

Fraser Health = 1713

Island Health = 142

Interior Health = 280

Northern Health = 69

People who reside outside Canada = 54

On Monday afternoon, Medical health officer of the province Dr. Bonnie Henry is in the mdist of an overview of the epidemiological modelling and outcomes from the BC Centre for Disease Control's COVID-19 Population Health Survey.

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